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pacaj2am
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Thermostat

Post by pacaj2am » 21 Mar 2013 00:47

Hello,

I just wonder howto change thermostat setpoint for my thermostat. I would assume, that command:


http://raspberrypi.lan:8083/ZWaveAPI/Ru ... figSet(27)


would change the value to 29 Degrees. But I receive error. I tried both userSet and configSet.

Could you, please, help?

Thank you

Jan

pz1
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Which thermostat do you have

Post by pz1 » 21 Mar 2013 00:47

Which thermostat do you have? In case it is a Danfoss Living Connect, remember the temperature setting range is 4-28 Centigrade.
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pacaj2am
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yes

Post by pacaj2am » 21 Mar 2013 00:47

Danfoss... Oops... I spent several hours... :-(

pacaj2am
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I'm still not sucessfull

Post by pacaj2am » 21 Mar 2013 00:47

Even with lower temperature, that is in range. :-(

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PoltoS
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the method is called Set, not

Post by PoltoS » 21 Mar 2013 00:47

the method is called Set, not configSet. Please check the manual on the razberry.zw-ave.me site.

pacaj2am
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i found solution... :-)

Post by pacaj2am » 21 Mar 2013 00:47

razberry.lan:8083/ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[5].instances[0].commandClasses[67].Set(1,23)

this sets the Danfoss Valve to 23°C... Even 22.5°C works...

pacaj2am
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I have still question

Post by pacaj2am » 21 Mar 2013 00:47

null is returned. Is that correct?

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PoltoS
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Yes, it is. The function

Post by PoltoS » 21 Mar 2013 00:47

Yes, it is. The function returns nothing if succeed and an exception is case of error

pacaj2am
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ok, super... i will bring

Post by pacaj2am » 21 Mar 2013 00:47

ok, super... i will bring decision logic on it...

thank you

jan

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